How Long Do Clams Live?


The lifespan of a clam depends on what specific type of clam it is and its living conditions. The oldest living clam, a quahog clam, is said to have lived to be about 400 years old. It came from the Icelandic coast.
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1. Rinse the clams with fresh, cool water. Keep clam shells intact at all times. Removing shells will kill the clams. 2. Place the clams onto a baking tray or in an open air container
It lives in the deep sea. and lake. they are very picky animals. its takes the jaw of life or a scissors to open their shell.They live in deep sea vents, salt water and at the bottom
1. Have snails and goldfish. They produce a meal for your clam. Ad. 2. Provide sand. Clams like to hide and feel safe (don't worry if the clam gets dirty, the snails will clean him)
Store live shellfish in a shallow dish covered with damp towels or paper towels. Never put
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Most clams have a lifespan between 5-20 years. Some clams are the oldest living creatures in the world and can be dated back to 140 years ago. You can find more information here:
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